Culture can drive growth in the territory.
The Group is actively involved in recovering and enhancing artistic and historical peculiarities and supporting cultural initiatives in order to enhance the attractiveness of the interested areas and increasing their development opportunities.
GIUSEPPE VERDI OPERA HOUSE FOUNDATION
Fincantieri supports the activities of the Giuseppe Verdi Opera House Foundation in Trieste which is entrusted with tasks of conservation, enhancement and promotion of opera and symphonic music.
The Campiello is a literary price assigned to Italian narrative books. It was established in 1962 by the Veneto Entrepreneurs' Association with the aim of dedicating a specific space for the regional entrepreneurial spirit within the Italian cultural scenario. Fincantieri takes part to such initiative as a sponsor to the 57° edition of the Campiello Literary Prize.
MUCA – MONFALCONE SHIPBUILDING MUSEUM
The MuCa is the only Italian museum dedicated to shipbuilding. The exhibition covers multiple themes: the city-factory, the corporate welfare and the wars, the shipyard and entrepreneurs: the evolution on the territory, the technique and construction in the shipyard: from ships to collateral constructions, interior design and the great art on ships and in the territory.
The MuCa is an extented museum, with a direct link to the territory, not only with the exhibition inside the museum, but also with a series of external exhibitions in the village of Panzano and of guided tours inside the Fincantieri shipyard in Monfalcone.
PREMIO LUCHETTA INCONTRA MARCO LUCHETTA INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM PRIZE
Festival of good journalism consisting of interviews and presentations dedicated to new publications and talks with leading figures in the news. Over 15,000 admissions over four days.
The Prize is reserved to journalists and photographers who illustrate with their fieldwork the difficult topic of violence and abuse on the most vulnerable victims, children.
For many years now, Fincantieri has supported the Barcolana, a historic international sailing regatta that has been held for 50 years in the Gulf of Trieste, on every second Sunday of October. In 2019 the Barcolana has involved the organization of around 400 events over 10 days, with participation and local identity being their key elements as usual.